Meta Tech Podcast: What's it like to code at Meta?

Ever wonder what it’s like to write code at Meta’s scale?

On the latest episode of the Meta Tech Podcast, Meta engineer Pascal Hartig (@passy) sits down with Dustin Shahidehpour and Katherine Zak,  two software engineers at Meta, to talk about their careers and what it’s really like to ship code at Meta.

Why does Meta have a monorepo? What’s it like doing pre-commit code reviews? And what does Meta’s CI infrastructure look like? And, “How is stuff not constantly on fire?” We cover these questions and many more!

Dustin also recently authored a blog on The evolution of Facebook’s iOS app architecture.

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The Meta Tech Podcast is a podcast, brought to you by Meta, where we highlight the work Meta’s engineers are doing at every level – from low-level frameworks to end-user features.

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